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Sep 1, 2010 11:35pm EDT
of an outbreak, what are you going to do? in an encore presentation here, jeremy hubbard finds out. >> reporter: welcome to one of the most expensive children's hair salons in cheek west los angeles. the typical bill, about 300 bucks. a deep tab that lordes doesn't bristle at paying. >> reporter: buzz she understand this? >> no, she thinks she has buggies in her hair. >> reporter: she's not entirely grossed out? >> no, she doesn't get it yet. >> reporter: the traumatized mom brought her daughter here after the school called a few minutes ago, saying gab yell is infested with lice. >> i called her dad and he was like, oh, my god, how did that happen? >> reporter: she is now in the hands of professional it in-pickers. they're picking hundreds of it ins and thousands of eggs from the heads of itchy children. fighting on the front lines of an unrelenting affliction now being called super-lice. >> they call it super-lice because it's kind of like antibiotics to humans. when a product is misused, a very toxic product is overused consistently on a bug, your building up a pretty strong bug, hence super
ABC
Sep 22, 2010 11:35pm PDT
in balance, as jeremy hubbard reports. >> reporter: it is a predator's play ground. some of the most shark infested waters in the world. >> how many sharks are here? maybe 50? this is amazing. >> reporter: these sharks have likely never seen humans before. they live in one of the most remote stretches of the south pacific, where an underwater eden exists. a beautiful, wet wilderness, in peril. >> this used to be a really nice coral forest, with really big coral. but now, most of the corals are very small and most of them are dead and covered by algae. >> reporter: this man, a signist tnd national geographic explorer, has travised here with his team to measure the health of the ocean. and the best way to do that is to check the reefs. >> coral reefs are the rain forest of the sea. they have the greatest diversity in the oceans. of all the fish that live in the sea, one-third live in coral reefs. >> reporter: and the best way to know if a reef is healthy, he told us, you should look for sharks. lots and lots of sharks. sharks are a very important part of the marine ecosystem. they are like t
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 11:35pm PDT
and roll royalty. for jeremy hubbard, well, that is a "sign of the times." >> reporter: not since the implant has a silicone accessory caused this much buzz. celebrities are sporting them. schoolchildren fighting over them. they've been banned in some classrooms. just today, justin bieber came out with his own line of them. you can imagine the insanity that will follow. these are silly bands. the $100 million business behind this fad. >> we're definitely the brand leader and we're the creator of the craze. you know, with every day, there's a new knockoff brand or a nonbranded silly bands knockoff that's out there. >> reporter: robert kroek is the ceo of silly bands which are, as you may have already noticed, glorified rubber bands. they take on different shapes like animals when they're not stretched around your wrist. at the company's ohio headquarters, they can't package them fast enough. stores are selling out. parents asking to be put on waiting lists. just how crazy is this craze? silly bandz has a facebook page with nearly 400,000 fans. there's a slew of youtube tributes to
ABC
Sep 6, 2010 5:30pm PDT
and the extraordinary discovery when she walked into that hospital room. here's jeremy hubbard. >> i love you. >> i love you too. >> reporter: family circumstance tore them apart. now a miraculous coincidence has brought them back together. >> you did good. >> reporter: when victor peraza came to this new york city hospital two weeks ago, a veteran nurse named wanda took note of her new patient's name. she told the story on "good morning america." >> the doctor mentioned his name, and i completely froze. i was stunned, and i said, i have to go into this room and look at this patient and said, what are your children's names? and right away he said, oh, i have a daughter named wanda, and the second he said that, i just burst out crying, and i ran out of the room. >> reporter: it was her father who had walked out of her life in 1969. he and her mother married young. there were problems, and they split up when wanda was just a baby. >> i came back into the room. i said, hi. i said, i'm wanda. i'm your daughter. i'm your daughter. and he said -- he said "i know you're my daughter," and within less than five
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 4:00am PDT
true. it involves a nurse and a patient, randomly assigned to her care. jeremy hubbard explains. >> i love you. >> i love you, too. >> reporter: family circumstance tore them apart. now, a miraculous coincidence has brought them back together. >> you did good. >> reporter: when victor peraza came to this new york city two weeks ago, a veteran nurse named wanda took note of her new patient's name. she told her story on "good morning america." >> i completely froze. i was stunned. i said, i have to go into this room and look at this patient. i said, what are your children's names? and right away, he said, i have a daughter named wanda. and the second he said that, i just burst out crying. and i ran out of the room. >> reporter: it was her father, who had walked out of her life in 1969. he and her mother married young. there were problems. and they split up when wanda was just a baby. >> i came back into the room. i said, hi. i'm wanda. i'm your daughter. i'm your daughter. and he said -- he said, i know you're my daughter. and within less than five minutes, i just gave him the biggest k
ABC
Sep 15, 2010 11:35pm PDT
's otherwise too young to get into or at the olympics in front of 3 billion. jeremy hubbard joins the teen and her mom, for a day on the town. ♪ sweet lovely ♪ ♪ lady be good ♪ ♪ oh lady be good to me ♪ >> reporter: say the name ella fitzgerald to a teen, you'll get a blank stare. billie hollholliday they'll ask, who is he? but nikki not only knows the jazz great ss, she might be one of them. ♪ who can ask for anything more ♪ >> reporter: a tv audience of 3 billion people watched her sing at the opening ceremony of the olympics. ♪ o canada ♪ >> reporter: she had a number one song in her home country of canada. ♪ i believe in the power that comes ♪ >> reporter: with a voice that would leave simon cowell speechless. >> i don't consider myself to be a big deal. i'm just nikki, you know? >> reporter: we spent a day on the town with the 16-year-old and her mom. and, at every turn she found musical inspiration beyond her years. >> billie holliday is playing. >> reporter: you have an ear for it? >> it's disticket. it's like leal, you hear it once and you
ABC
Sep 19, 2010 5:30pm PDT
symbol of a good idea. how do you top it? here's jeremy hubbard. >> reporter: the bright idea that illuminated the world is reaching a less than glowing end. this week, ge is shuttering this plant in winchester, virginia, its last u.s. factory producing plain-old incandescent light bulbs. new energy standards will all but ban the bulbs over the next four years. forcing millions to switch to compact fluorescents. most of which are made overseas. it seemed that the invepgs thomas edison perfected 130 years ago is flickering and fading. >> this is edison's private experimental room at the laboratory. he was working on ways improving the electrical lamp. >> reporter: he said that the great inventor would be torn about the change. >> on the one hand, he would have been disappointed. on the other hand, edison was always somebody who was looking forward. one thing that he was very interested in, was there more efficient ways to generate electricity? he would have seen that as the future. >> reporter: the incandescent bulb, notorious for getting by on a few hours of sleep, he wanted t
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 4:00am PDT
replacement. here now is jeremy hubbard. >> reporter: the bright idea that illuminated the world is reaching a less than glowing end. this week, ge is shutting this plant in winchester, virginia, its last u.s. factory producing plain old incandescent light bulbs. new energy standards will all but ban the bulbs over the next four years, forcing millions to switch to compact fluorescents, most of which are made overseas. seems the invention that thomas edison perfected 130 years ago is flickering and fading. >> this is edison's private experimental room, one of the things he was working on a lot in the late 1880s and early 1890s were ways of improving the electric lamp. >> reporter: paul israel says the great inventor would be torn about the change. >> on the one hand, he would have been disappointed. on the other hand, one of the things he was very interested in was were there more efficient ways to generate electricity. so he would have seen that as the future. >>reporter: the incandescent bulb might be edison's most important innovation. notorious for getting by ofew h few hours' sleep, he
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 2:05am EDT
-style bulbs to make way for more efficient ones. jeremy hubbard sheds a little light on the story. >> reporter: the bright idea that illuminated the world is reaching a less than glowing end. this week, ge is shuttering this plant in winchester, virginia, its last u.s. factory producing plain old incandescent lightbulbs. new energy standards will ought but ban the bulbs. most of which are made overseas. seems the invention that thomoh edison perfected 130 years ago is flickering and fading. >> this is edison's private experimental room at the laboratory. one of the things he was working on a lot in the late 1880s and early 1890s were ways of improving the electric lamp. >> reporter: edison historian paul israel says the great inventor would be torn about the change. >> on the one hand, he would have been disappointed. on the other hand, edison was always somebody kind of looking forward. one of the things he was always very interested in was more efficient ways to generate electricity. so he would have seen that as the future. >> reporter: the incandescent bulb might be edison's most important
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 2:05am PDT
that while there he would find something he lost a long time ago. here now is jeremy hubbard. >> i love you. >> i love you, too. >> reporter: family circumstance tore them apart. now a miraculous coincidence has brought them back together. >> you did good. >> reporter: when victor peraza came to this new york city hospital two weeks ago, a veteran nurse named wanda took note of her new patient's name. she told the story on "good morning america." >> the doctor mentioned his name and i completely froze. i was stunned. and i said, i have to go into this room and look at this patient. i said, what are your children's names? right away he said, i have a daughter named wanda. and the second he said that i just -- burst out crying. i ran out of the room. >> reporter: it was her father who had walked out of her life in 1969. he and her mother married young. there were problems and they split up when wanda was just a baby. >> i came back into the room, ir you're ter. and within less thafive minutes i just gave him the biggest kiss and tbiggug because is so >> reporter: in the tear-filled days that
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 3:05am EDT
get to celebrate a birthday with her father. jeremy hubbard, abc news, new york. >> you don't believe in miracles after that? >> that is one. >> that is. >> she has the right attitude. some people would be upset. you walked on me x number of years ago. >> exactly. years ago. >> exactly. >> but she said, you know, w when someone gives blood, when a hand reaches out, that moment when heartbreak turns to hope, you're there through the american red cross. down the street, across the country, around the world, you help save the day, every day. your support truly matters. you can help today. visit redcross.org. >>> making news on this tuesday, september 7th. >> growing dissatisfaction of our now poll shows americans more unsatisfied with president obama's handling of the economy, as he rolls out more proposals to boost hiring. >>> rising tensions. a top general in afghanistan says a pastor's plan to burn a koran on 9/11, a putting american troops in danger. >>> if princes harry and william are now safe from hackers, is anyone? >>> and good morning, everyone. thanks for being with us. i'm ro
ABC
Sep 5, 2010 7:00am PDT
that launched some singing careers is getting an extreme makeover as another judge leaves. jeremy hubbard has the latest. >> reporter: with season ten auditions already under way, it's down to the wire. can "american idol" find the right new judges to stop a ratings slide? >> this is wake-up call. the ratings went down approximately 5 million this year. they can not lose another 5 million next season. it's a perfect time for the judge panel to be shaken up. >> reporter: kara dioguardi's departure had been rumored for weeks. but the search for new judges has been dragging on forever, with everyone from justin timberlake to elton john on the wish list. as recently as last sunday night, at the emmys, the executive producer was holding out hope. >> i heard you wanted elton john, any truth to that? >> i would love elton john. i'll keep my fingered crossed is all i can say. >> reporter: the latest front runners? j. lo. who, according to press reports was in the running, then totally dismissed for too many demands. and now is back in. steven tyler is reportedly in the mix as well. he played coy a co
ABC
Sep 18, 2010 7:00am PDT
, continuing her quest for answers in natalee's death. for "good morning america," jeremy hubbard, abc news. >> she wants closure and will do anything to find out what happened to her daughter. >> hard to blame her. >>> coming up, the parents of the woman who faked an acid attack say they are heartbroken. we'll hear what they have to say about the hoax and why their daughter did it. >>> also, lindsay lohan in trouble again. she tested positive for drugs, just weeks after getting out of rehab. she announced it all overnight on her twitter feed. what does it mean for her and her career? >>> and daniel can't wait for this. you heard of the mexican hat dance. how about the irish hand dance? we'll ask these alumni of "riverdance" how they pulled this one off. it's tearing up the internet right now. life leaves spaces for you to create in, shouldn't your card do the same? it can. meet zync from american express. it's a great way to get more out of the things you're into. build yours to fit your life by adding packs filled with bundles of rewards and benefits. it's not just a card. it's your canva
ABC
Sep 19, 2010 7:00am PDT
was kidnapped, but why? jeremy hubbard has the latest. >> reporter: a hundred volunteers from as far as connecticut and cape cod joined the search this weekend helping police and the fbi comb a 25-square-mile area. scuba divers even checked a nearby quarry but still no sign of the missing grandma. >> anybody who has information relative to the case that can be helpful, to please come forward. >> reporter: the mystery began last weekend when a friend came to pick up pat o'hagan for a rug hooking meeting. o'hagan was nowhere to be found, her car still in the driveway. >> there is no reason to believe that she's wandered off on her own. >> reporter: the family says pat isn't forgetful. she doesn't have a boyfriend and isn't wealthy, so there's no financial motive. they're wracking their brain to think of anyone who doesn't like her. >> we're looking but can't find anybody. >> reporter: in sheffield, a quiet vermont town of just 700, missing person signs are now posted while o'hagan's children cling to memories of an active senior who cherished her family. >> probably the time she spent
ABC
Sep 18, 2010 8:00am EDT
into that prison in peru? and what did they say to each other? jeremy hubbard is on the story. >> reporter: joran van der sloot's angry attorney is now sounding off about the surprise confrontation. he is convinced dutch tv paid off a top prison official to get beth holloway-twitty inside for the on-camera confrontation. >> i think joran van der sloot was shocked when he saw her. she was in a room. he was brought into that room. she demanded, in a sense, that she wanted to see him. >> reporter: she reportedly asked van der sloot about natalee holloway's disappearance. he refused to answer. she left. the incident comes days after a dutch tv interview from inside that prison, aired on nbc's "dateline," in which van der sloot seems to blame the holloway case for making his life miserable. >> so many things have happened because of that case. people bothering me, lying to me, you name it, anything else. i have a lot of anger because of that also. >> reporter: earlier this month, van der sloot admitted to a dutch newspaper, he tried to extort $250,000 from natalee's mom, in exchange for the location o
ABC
Sep 4, 2010 7:00am PDT
a sense of the hysteria and the panic of that day. jeremy hubbard has been listening to the tapes. and they also give some insight into how the police went about taking that gunman down, gt? >> they do, dan. it's clear, that some of those at the di workers calling 9, kn suspect right away. he was a familiar and uwelc presence aroundhe b at one int, told 911 operators, you probably going to need a sniper. and the tapes reveal just how methodical officers needed tobe to take out thm he essentially had an ied strapped to his body. it was a harrowing four hours, that began when activist james lee walked into the di building in silver spring, maryland, armed and ready. >> 911. that's the problem? >> yeah. i work at discovery. and i think there's a man with a gun in the lobby. >> he said nobody move. and he shot in the air. and then, i ran. >> i heard five gunshots in the main lobby. >> reporter: tapes from the terrifying ordea jus one after ano, di channel employe cal >> i saw some men on the gr i see a security guard, with his hands in the a >> there's care. there's a lot of inside.
ABC
Sep 6, 2010 3:05am PDT
's out? here's jeremy hubbard. >> reporter: with season ten auditions already under way, it is down to the wire. can "american idol" find the right new judges to stop a ratings slide? >> this is a wakeup call time for "american idol." the ratings went down approximately 5 million this year. they cannot lose another 5 million next season. it's a perfect time for the judge panel to be shaken up. >> reporter: kara dioguardi's departure had been rumored for weeks. but the search for new judges has been dragging on forever. with everyone from justin timberlake to elton john on the wish list. the latest frontrunners, j. lo, who according to press reports was in the running. then totally dismissed for too many demands and is now back in. and steven tyler's reportedly in the mix as well, though aerosmith's front man played coy when a tmz camera caught up with him a couple of weeks ago. >> are you doing "american idol"? >> i don't know, that the rumor you heard? you know, i don't know, they haven't called me yet. >> are you friends with j. lo? >> they've got to lay out the bread for me. >> r
ABC
Sep 4, 2010 7:00am EDT
. they give you a sense of the hysteria and the panic of that day. jeremy hubbard has been listening to the tapes. and they give some insight into how the police went to taking the gunman down. >> that's right. some of the discovery channel workers, calling 911, knew the suspect. he was a familiar and unwelcome presence around the building. at one point, a security guard told 911 operators, you're probably going to need a sniper. and the tapes reveal just how methodical officers needed to be to take out the gunman because he essentially had an ied strapped to his body. it was a harrowing four hours, that began when activist james lee walked into the discovery building in silver spring, maryland, armed and ready. >> reporter: tapes from the terrifying ordeal have just been released. one after another, discovery channel employees called 911. the gunman was a self-proclaimed -- obviously having troubles with that tape. we can tell you that four explosive devices were found inside the home where lee rented or roomed. and we also know that the end of the hostage drama would have been much
ABC
Sep 24, 2010 3:05am EDT
right now. >> jeremy hubbard, our former anchor, saw this and said this has to make it into "papers." if you're wondering what jeremy is doing these days. this is a time lapse video of food rotting. you watch as it goes from four days to five days, all the way to eight days. >> maggots! >> it's not nice. it's not nice at all. you watch it as it also crawls other than to the other plate, which is about should be what happens. >> oh, man. >> this is done by a bbc science show. they wanted to show people what happens as food rots with mold and bacteria. yes it is gross. >> want to have some breakfast? >> yeah, what they're having. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ great weekend. >>> making news
ABC
Sep 24, 2010 7:00am PDT
. here's jeremy hubbard. >> reporter: for the 500 million facebook users out there, we have a status update. stop freaking out. your favorite time killer is back up and running this morning. >> facebook is broken. facebookn. >> reporter: yesterday's ouage sent social networkers into withdrawal andher like youtube to voice their & >> what does this mean, you ask? widespread pandemonium. >> reporter: across the country and around the globe from oslo to london to singapore, the site went down or was slow loading. the problems lasted four hours. an eternity when we're used to constantly checking out our friends' pictures and videos. poking them and updating them on every inane thing we do all day. and what about our fake farmville crops and animals? they could die if we don't water them. >> you had a little bit of mayhem that broke loose. there were about 20 tweets a second on twitter at one point. eight of the top ten google searches were about this. everyone seemed to basically be in a panic. >> reporter: it is the second outage in a week, and it certainly is odd timing. >> you guys we
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 7:00am EDT
. the sneaker giant store blocks away here in manhattan has shut its doors. jeremy hubbard is outside niketown with the latest. jeremy? >> reporter: good morning, george, you can imagine the surprise with the windows wrapped in paper, doors locked, signs warning of the unwelcome visitors. with no warning the niketown store near new york's swanky fifth avenue was shut down due to the bugs. bedbugs. >> really? >> really. >> i feel like it's everywhere in the new york. >> reporter: nike said it proactively closed niketown. our primary concern is the well-being of the customers and associates. we are taking all the proper steps to eradicate the problem." and bedbugs caused stores to temporarily shut down, even google's empiric state building. >> it really has everything to do with trucking. we have found that bedbugs are hitching rides, being transported back and forth into offices, into stores. >> reporter: with lost sales, damaged merchandise and pricey extermination, bedbugs can cause hundreds of thousands of dollars. bedbug-sniffing dogs, up to 10 grand. and pesticides up to 70 brand for some
ABC
Sep 24, 2010 2:05am PDT
. >> jeremy hubbard, our former anchor, saw this and said this has to make it into "papers." if you're wondering what jeremy is doing these days. this is a time lapse video of food rotting. you watch as it goes from four days to five days, all the way to eight days. >> maggots! >> it's not nice. it's not nice at all. you watch it as it also crawls other than to the other plate, which is about to be what happens. >> oh, man. >> this is done by a bbc science show. they wanted to show people what happens as food rots with mold and bacteria. yes, it is gross. >> want to have some breakfast? >> yeah, what they're having. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> death penalty. a woman's execution goes down in history. how activists fought until the end. >>> then, adoption nightmare. >> he's just -- he's our child. and he has been since the moment i held him. >> the little boy caught up in a big legal battle. >>> and, spicy snacks. snappy creations from our insomniac kitchen. it's friday, september 24th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i'm jealous. friday, you're eating well
ABC
Sep 24, 2010 2:35am EDT
it down right now. >> jeremy hubbard, our former anchor, saw this and said this has to make it into "papers." if you're wondering what jeremy is doing these days. this is a time lapse video of food rolling. four days to five days to eight days. >> maggots! >> it's not nice. it's not nice at all. you watch it as it also crawls other than to the other plate, which is about should be what happens. >> oh, man. >> this is done by a bbc science show. they wanted to show people what happens as food rots with mold and bacteria. yes it is gro. >> want to have some breakfast? >> yeah, what they're having. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ when someone gives blood, when a hand reaches out, that moment when heartbreak turns to hope, you're there through the american red cross. down the street, across the country, around the world, you help save the day, every day. your support truly matters. you can help today. visit redcross.org. >>> death penalty. a woman's execution goes down in history. how activists fought until the end. >>> then, adoption nightmare. >> he's just -- he's our child. and he has been s
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 7:00am PDT
. the sneaker giant's flagship store blocks away here in manhattan has shut its doors. jeremy hubbard is outside niketown with the latest. jeremy? >> reporter: good morning, george, you can imagine the surprise with the windows wrapped in brown paper. doors locked. signs warning of these unwelcome visitors. behind the close doors the company is desperately trying to get rid of the bedbugs. with no warning the niketown store near new york's swanky fifth avenue was shut down due to the bugs. >> bedbugs. >> really? >> really. >> it just is really gross and i feel like it's everywhere in new york. >> reporter: nike said it proactively closed niketown. "our primary concern is the well-being of our consumers and sales associates," they say in a statement. "we are taking all the proper steps to eradicate the problem." and bedbugs caused stores to temporarily shut down, even google's office and the icon icic empiric state building a has fought off the bugs. >> it really has everything to do with trucking. we have found that bedbugs are hitching rides, being transported back an
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